Entities Sample Clauses

Entities. If Purchaser is a corporation, partnership, limited liability company, trust, private limited company, or other entity, Purchaser represents and warrants that: (a) it is authorized and otherwise duly qualified to purchase and hold the Shares and Warrants; (b) it has its principal place of business as set forth in Section 11; and (c) it has not been formed or reorganized for the specific purpose of acquiring Shares and Warrants.
Entities. The Company shall not hold itself out, or permit itself to be held out, as having agreed to pay or be liable for the debts of any of the Xxxx XX Entities or hold out its credit or assets as being available to satisfy the obligations of others and shall not cause or permit others to hold out their credit or assets as being available to satisfy its obligations except for guarantees among the Restricted Entities.
Entities. Person acting on behalf of the entity must comply with paragraphs 1 to 4 above. All directors/members/trustees must also comply with paragraphs 1 to 4 above. PLUS, THE FOLLOWING: Companies:
Entities. The term “Entities” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.1.
Entities. Name of Individual Member (Please Print) Name of Entity (Please Print) Signature of Individual Print Name and Title of Officer Name of Joint Individual Member (Please Print) Signature of Officer Signature of Joint Individual Member Agreed and Accepted on Behalf of the Company and its Members: CARDINAL ETHANOL, LLC By:
Entities. The entities implicated in this use case are the network operators who manage the satellite and terrestrial network services and resources, the service providers such as a mobile operator who is using these networks and the subscriber who signed up to the mobile operator services. Trust: The network operator needs to trust the information collected by the network components (i.e. eNodeBs) in order to reconfigure the network topology in case of network failure or congestion. The subscriber/UE trusts the network operator that it provides privacy enhancing techniques in cases in which the network topology implies access to different eNodeBs that may demand unconditional trust. This is more critical considering disaster or congestion scenarios where network operator needs to interoperate among each other even if there is no pre-established agreement. Also, trust can be used in this use case to verify that each time the Topology algorithm reconfigures the network is on behalf of ultra-reliable services to prevent any link failure or congestion (DoS).
Entities. The Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995, as amended (2 X.X.X. §0000 et seq.), prohibits any organization described in Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code that engages in lobbying activities, from receiving federal funds, including through an award, grant, and/or subgrant. Subrecipient shall ensure that its contractors and sub-awardees comply with this requirement.